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What is the average required for mcmasters engineering I program?

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Hey everyone,

I just had a quick question for anyone who is familiar with what Mcmasters cutoff averages usually are for their engineering I program. I am currently in grade 12 and these are my marks thus far:

Chemistry - 88%
Advanced Functions - 77%
Physics - 81%

these were my mid terms mark and i think i can bring my adv functions mark up to an 80 by the end of the sem and my physics mark up to 85.

Next semester i have calc, english and international business and these are the averages that i think i will achieve in these courses:
Calculus - 85%
English - 81%
IB - 92%

Overall,with my top 6 i can see my average being around 83-85%
I really want to go into mcmasters engineering program and with grades like these, do you guys think i have a fair chance? or should i just apply elsewhere for engineering? Any other universities you think that will be good to apply to? Please let me know.

Thanks for all your comments and help :)
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The average last year was 82, so you'll be fine!
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@chatmike wrote
The average last year was 82, so you'll be fine!


Thanks a lot!
Also, do you think it looks really bad if my adv functions is like a LOW 80 or HIGH 70's? should i take a 7th course to boost my avg because i saw that mac doesnt require adv fucntions as a top 6 pre-req?
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As long as nothing is under a 70, you're all set! Tbh, i doubt Mac really looks into admission details like that too much since it's all grade based and no supp-apps. I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of admissions were computer done.

Just enjoy your workload of 3 courses per semester now. Because next year you'll have 6 per semester :p
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